Now comes Lisa Vanderpump, victim of silent bullying and accuser of all to explain to you one more time how nothing is her fault. Poor dear.
Her long whiny blog was a bit too much for me so I’m just going to purple pen the most egregious parts.
“Now then, we should now revisit and remind ourselves of Amsterdam, how she smashes a glass, goes to strangle Kim, tells her she loves her, then sends “f— you up” texts. These are all the rantings of someone who is not playing with a full deck.”
Perhaps LVP has forgotten that she was firmly #TeamRinna last season and had her own dealing with Kim Richards who was actively using while filming. And if you are going to harken back to past seasons, we should recall the Paris trip where Lisa made it a point to call Kim out for popping pills while claiming sobriety. It was this 20 year friendship with Rinna that you decided to use to your advantage in your ongoing war with Yolanda.
So, she turns her attentions to me. She is obviously motivated by Soapy, to funnel her aggression in my direction,”Come on LR…attack!” Soapy in the wings, salivating with LR center stage, trying desperately to deflect from her own actions and Sudsy prompting her.
Now I know why some of you are using initials for people other than LVP making your comments incomprehensible. I wish you would not do that. And LVP’s stupid derogatory names for Eileen are becoming ridiculous. It has been evident for two seasons now that LVP wants to be on a soap opera. Each time there has been an instance of running lines, from Vince’s script to Eileen’s LVP gets all grabby and demands to read the lead.
But the real issue here is the importance of two words and how they can radically change the meaning and inference of a sentence. I want to kill you, I DO NOT want to kill you…I wish Kyle would’ve understood that, or even given me the benefit of the doubt and drawn her opinion from my sentiment all season, that I was firmly by her side.
NOT is actually one word. And the sentences at issue were not changed by a negating word. It is interesting that all of the example sentences in the world you choose a very angry pair. Kyle has been dealing with your on screen strateegery for years. She’s exhausted. She’s chosen to acknowledge the manipulation and let it go. Because it is nothing new, and she finally understands that you will never acknowledge your behind the scenes actions or apologize for upsetting anyone. She’s chosen just to ignore it.
So two months later, two months…WTF? LR has clarity, she reiterates a conversation that at the time was apparently innocuous, obviously propelled by somebody who has another agenda, somebody that evidently no amount of apologies will ever suffice. She…being ED.
She knew much earlier. She just wasn’t going to call you out on it until she was left holding the bag and feeling like a moron.
I apologized to her once more as I was tired of her nasty accusatory assertions. I was still mystified as to where her anger came from–the initial conversation in the Hamptons had provoked no reaction until 36 hours later.
It provoked a reaction immediately. You just don’t pay anyone around you enough attention to notice such things.
At the time I liked Eileen, found her a little boring and certainly didn’t take her to task for leaving abruptly in the Hamptons, but it was never my intention to hurt her when I mentioned casually “the affair.” It had been discussed last season, and I didn’t believe it to be particularly sensitive. Now I have a vastly different perspective as I have witnessed the venom that has spewed from this woman as she tries to manipulate LR to attack me.
Wow, if that is how you treat people you like. Oh speaking of venom, here comes some of yours.
With hindsight, after seeing so much nastiness where I have never retaliated, I would have asked her how she felt screwing some other woman’s husband. That actually, in retrospect, speaks volumes.
Now that was some nasty venom. All Eileen has ever done is pathetically plead with you repeatedly to understand that you hurt her and look for some nonexistent glimmer of regret in you.
I can’t begin to explain how those days felt. Many tears were shed on the phone. I did not want to get on that boat, even the journey home (26 hours) being ignored, is all a form of silent bullying, something I would never be a party to. I have tried to reason, tried to remain calm, tried to make sense of a senseless situation.
So when people finally give up on any expectation of remorse from you, or acknowledgement in some conspiracy against Yolanda and just stop speaking to you at all, that’s bullying? What a ridiculous appropriation of the term.
Now I realize I gave too much credence to their antagonism, just by virtue of the fact that I sat their and endured it.
I’m not sure if it is the word credence ( acceptance as true) or the word antagonism (opposition) that you don’t understand but that makes no sense. But you don’t give credence to something by enduring it. And saying “I sat there and endured it” sounds just like Yolanda’s “suffering in silence.”
Guilt of their actions with regard to Munchausesn and infidelity is their motivation.
You clearly have no guilt about anything, because that would mean that you have to do accept responsibility for your role in this whole mess. Something you not only refuse to do, but continue to angrily deny.
And now we will hear from the Pinky worshipers….